This quintet scored for concert percussion section calls for snare drum and suspended cymbal; field drum and triangle; crash cymbals and castanets; bass drum and tambourine; 2 timpani and bells or
The Cryptic Blue Planet Lake was written as a vehicle for middle school percussion students to practice non-conducted chamber music performance, phrasing on indefinitely pitched percussion
Scored for snare drum; tom-tom; cymbals and suspended cymbal; bass drum and tambourine; two timpani.
Chris Retschulte takes advantage of the timbral spectrum of mallet percussion to create an effective setting of Beethoven’s wildly famous Bagatelle No. 25 in A minor, better known as Fur
Using traditional instruments available in most high school band rooms, David Long created a wonderfully effective piece for small percussion ensemble. Brief slow and free introduction, followed by a fast
This piece in a rock-Latin style for 5 players is nothing short of hip! The melody works itself into a passage of sweet interplay between the mallet instruments and timpani. The middle section
Founded and directed by award-winning educator Diane Downs, The Louisville Leopard Percussionists have been wowing audiences at national and regional conventions for years. Here is the authentic arrangement
This hybrid march/Latin quintet is scored for marimba or xylophone; bells or vibraphone; guiro and maracas; snare drum; and bass drum. An optional string bass part is also included.
On the Spectrum is an extremely flexible piece that helps students explore the sonic possibilities of the modern percussion ensemble by encouraging them to choose instruments that work well
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